Dorchester is one of the best neighborhoods in Boston for those homebuyers hunting for lofts—and Unit 3 at 72 Tuttle Street in its Savin Hill area is proof of that.
That two-bedroom, two-bathroom includes 15-foot vaulted ceilings, capacious enough for what’s basically an internal balcony. The 1,330-square-foot spread in a building dating from 1918 also has remote-controlled skylights (because who’s going to reach those without a ladder every time?). The condo comes with central AC and outdoor space as well.
It doesn’t come cheaply though: Unit 3 is asking $729,900 through In Realty’s Chris Poulos. That’s just on the north side of the median condo sales price for Boston, but competitive versus condo prices farther into town.